I don't live there, but the two things I notice are the limiting/contractin
of the number of ballot boxes. They should be expanding the number of boxes. Put them in safe area's. For example, the one that I voted in here in Washington, was .5 mile away-I walked, and it was next to the driveway of a firestation. The county I live in has over 40 of these voting boxes..I've heard Houston, tx has only four. This is a clear way to keep the vote down, especially if the postal system is deliberately being sabotaged.
The other thing is the hours. This caused a big stink. Biden said that pols close at 5pm, which is potentially true. The poll hours must at minimum be 9am-5pm. They can be extended either way so 7am-7pm. But it leaves the door open for voting officials to only have polls open 9-5, which is a very short voting period.
These two issues will lead to longer voting lines, with potentially shorter hours. People shouldn't have to take a day off from work in order to vote. Thus people will less inclined to vote if they know they will be standing in the rain for hours waiting to vote. Another thing eliminated was the mobile voter registration stations. which will lead to less people registering the day of the vote. which shouldn't occur as well. Georgia is doing a few things backwards. Potentially shortening hours, less places to vote or get registered. As a society we should be encouraging more people to participate, and vote. Not discouraging that.